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HEADS UP: Our Election Year Sweepstakes is CLOSING!

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Mike Larson

HEADS UP: Weiss Research’s Election Year Sweepstakes CLOSES TOMORROW — and when it does, you will have forfeited your chance to win a luxury Caribbean Cruise for two or one of six additional First-Place prizes!

Entering could not be easier: Just click this link and take our six-question survey.

Thousands of our readers already have — and the results are fascinating to say the least:

You would think that with all the negative press Donald Trump has received lately, he would be lagging in the polls. But in fact, he has a commanding lead with 58% of the vote.

Who will win the Republican nomination? John Kasich trails the pack with less than 10% of the vote. Ted Cruz is gaining momentum, but with just 25% of our readers voting for him, he still has less than half the votes received by our front-runner, Donald Trump.

On the Democrat side, the media would have you believe that Bernie is threatening Hillary’s lead. But on our Election Year Survey, it’s a landslide for Hillary. At 74% of the vote, she has over four times more votes than Bernie.

Who will win in November? Trump pulled ahead nicely yesterday, garnering about four votes for every one vote received by Hillary.

How will the outcome of the elections impact your investments? 57% say it will be bearish to neutral. 42% expect the elections to be good for stocks, most likely because President Obama will leave office or because their preferred candidate will win — or both.

… So what’s YOUR prediction? Will the new president be good for investors like us? Or will he or she be a disaster?

I’m getting ready to give you my answer (it’s a shocker!) in “The Unseen Hand” — an all-new documentary produced by Weiss Research. But first, I need to hear from you!

In fact...

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In fact, you’ll win just for participating in our Election-Year Survey: When you submit your answers, you will be automatically registered to receive access to the Gala World Premiere of our new documentary, “The Unseen Hand!”

Please don’t delay:
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FIRST, click this link and complete the simple 5-question survey. You will automatically be entered in our Election-Year Sweepstakes and registered to attend the Gala World Premiere of “The Unseen Hand.”

AND SECOND, click this link to jump over to my blog and join the discussion! I’m especially interested to hear who YOU support, who you think will win in November — and most importantly, how the new president will impact your investments!

But whatever you do, do not delay!

This Sweepstakes — and your chances to win a Caribbean cruise and other great prizes ENDS TOMORROW!

Regards,

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Mike Larson
Senior Analyst, Weiss Research

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